Sunday, October 18, 2009

Pennsylvania Broadband Stimulus: Administration of Governor Rendell Sends Funding Priorities to Washington

StimulatingBroadband.com 10/18/09 San Francisco - The state Administration Office of Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell (D-PA) last week recommended to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) that 24 projects applied for in the Keystone State receive federal funding under Round I of the broadband stimulus program of the Recovery Act.

Of the 24 named projects recommended to Washington, 13 were given the designation "Highly Recommend," while another 11 were assigned the "Support" category. The projects recommended to NTIA were from a total group of "roughly 130 applications that aim to serve some part of the commonwealth", according to the recommendation letter, dated, October 14, and signed by Rendell's Secretary of Administration, Naomi Wyatt.

Resources: StimulatingBroadband.com's State - NTIA Filings
1. The Pennsylvania filing (4 pages) issued to NTIA may be read and downloaded here (free registration), via our corporate site.

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Read all of our state filing stories here: Round I Recommendations to NTIA. StimulatingBroadband.com
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